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Greater Manchester pharmacies to become dementia-friendly

Pharmacies across Greater Manchester are set to become more dementia-friendly thanks to a new initiative

GPhC addresses pharmacy pressures

GPhC outlines plans to examine and understand workplace pressures affecting pharmacy professionals across the sector.

Refer for persistent cough and breathlessness says PHE campaign

A public health campaign raises awareness of persistent cough and breathlessness, the symptoms of lung cancer, lung disease and heart disease

An easy way to check Rx

A new service giving pharmacies access to a wealth of information about the prescription items they dispense launches this month.

Removing barriers to self care

Improved consumer health regulation and better access to OTC medicines are key to promoting self care, claims a new white paper.

Collaboration is key to survival

Collaboration, patient outcomes and change were the buzzwords at this year’s APTUK conference, which took place earlier this month.

Birmingham teams improve access

Pharmacy teams in Birmingham are helping to improve access to sexual health services for young people.

Closures will have ‘catastrophic’ impact

Pharmacy closures could have a ‘catastrophic’ impact on deprived communities, finds research published by Pharmacy Voice.

GPhC to examine workplace pressures in pharmacy

GPhC looks to examine and understand workplace pressures across the pharmacy sector

Hub and spoke rethink

In what could be a major victory for community pharmacy, the Government seems to be backing down over hub and spoke dispensing.

Making information accessible to all

CPPE launches e-learning programme to improve pharmacy teams' skills and understanding in implementing the Accessible Information Standard.

Spotlight on the changing roles of pharmacy technicians

University of East Anglia School of Pharmacy and the APTUK launch a new research project into roles of pharmacy technicians.

Pharmacy cuts petition delivered to Number 10

The NPA petition against plans to cut pharmacy funding delivered to Downing Street, ahead of MPs debate in parliament.

PSNC to assess the social value of community pharmacy

PricewaterhouseCoopers is conducting an independent assessment of the social value of community pharmacy on behalf of PSNC

Pharmacies improve access to sexual health services

Birmingham pharmacies are working collaboratively with the NHS to improve young people's access to high quality sexual health services

Fighting back

Pressure is mounting on the Government to rethink its pharmacy cuts, as ‘Support Your Local Pharmacy’ goes into overdrive.

APTUK seeks views on new standards

APTUK is calling for feedback on the GPhC’s proposed new standards to help the organisation formulate its response.

Pharmacy is the solution to “creaking” GP surgeries and A&E

Britain’s pharmacies are able and willing to offer other healthcare services and to relieve pressure on GPs and A&E, according to the NPA.

Pharmacy gets green light for flu service in 2016/17

NHSE will recommission the Community Pharmacy Seasonal Influenza Vaccination programme in 2016/17.

Pharmacy in the public eye

With objections to funding cuts increasing, the future of community pharmacy catches the attention of the national press.

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